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Orange Collection (#3)

Background imageOrange Collection: 485. Foliage, Flowers, and Fruit of a common tree of the sea-sho

485. Foliage, Flowers, and Fruit of a common tree of the sea-sho
A view from the rocks, with Ile Aride and a part of Curieuse in the distance. This tree (Cordia subcordata, Lam.) is common on the tropical shores of the Old World and throughout Polynesia

Background imageOrange Collection: 436. Flowers of the Sandy Flats, near Cape Town

436. Flowers of the Sandy Flats, near Cape Town
A root-parasite, Hyobanche sanguinea, Linn. at the bottom, on the right, with white Freesia Leichtlinii, Klatt, dark purple and yellow, Sparaxis tricolor, Ker

Background imageOrange Collection: 423. A Medley from Groot Post, South Africa

423. A Medley from Groot Post, South Africa
The prominent orange-coloured plant is a leafless root-parasite (Hyobanche sp.) with Babiana rubro-coerulea, Ker, on the right; on the left rose and yellow Rornulea sp

Background imageOrange Collection: 362. White and Yellow Everlastings (with varieties of Mantis to

362. White and Yellow Everlastings (with varieties of Mantis to
On the right the yellow-flowered Senecio mcacroglossus, DC. a climber with ivy-like leaves; the clustered wholly yellow Helichirysum appendiculatum, Less

Background imageOrange Collection: 266. Loose - skinned Orange of Colombo, Ceylon

266. Loose - skinned Orange of Colombo, Ceylon
A variety of Citrus Aurantium, Linn

Background imageOrange Collection: 211. Autumn Tints, near Niagara, United States

211. Autumn Tints, near Niagara, United States

Background imageOrange Collection: 203. Group of Californian Wild Flowers

203. Group of Californian Wild Flowers
Beginning in front, on the left is a yellow Columbine (Aquilegia chrysantha, A. Gr.), and behind it the dark blue Spiderwort (Tradescantia virginica, L.)

Background imageOrange Collection: 180. Group of Flowers, Wild and Cultivated, in Jamaica

180. Group of Flowers, Wild and Cultivated, in Jamaica
The large white flower (Portlandia grandiflora, L.) in the centre and the lovely blue Morning Glory (Ipomoea rubro-coerulea, Hook.), are two of the most beautiful of all climbing plants

Background imageOrange Collection: 143. Brazilian Wild Flowers

143. Brazilian Wild Flowers
In front on the bottom is the orange and red inflorescence of a species of Aphelandra; above it the lilac flowers of Lisianthus inflatus, Mart

Background imageOrange Collection: 125. Selection of cultivated Flowers, painted in Jamaica

125. Selection of cultivated Flowers, painted in Jamaica
In the vase, associated with the crimson flowers of one of the Coral trees (Erythrina sp.), is a panicle of the sweet-scented lilac and white flowers of Melia Azedarach, L

Background imageOrange Collection: 96. Orchid and Humming Birds, Brazil

96. Orchid and Humming Birds, Brazil
One of the numerous forms of the genus Cattleya-C. bicolor, Lindl. and a species of Chlorostilbon

Background imageOrange Collection: 69. Wild Flowers of Casa Branca, Brazil

69. Wild Flowers of Casa Branca, Brazil
The principal figure having longitudinally ribbed leaves and large blue- flowers is a Melastomacea (Plerorma sp.) with an orange-flowered Tillandsia and a species of Evolvulus behind

Background imageOrange Collection: Acer ukurunduense

Acer ukurunduense

Background imageOrange Collection: Orange Dahlia blooming in Kews Colour Spectrum display

Orange Dahlia blooming in Kews Colour Spectrum display

Background imageOrange Collection: Helianthus argrophyllus

Helianthus argrophyllus
sunflower, Helianthus argrophyllus Gold and silver in colour spectrum display




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